Hi! I must deploy two Microsoft Exchange 2007 servers, of which one has the role of Hub Transport server and the other one has the role of Unified Messaging (UM) server. Does anyone know if I have to deploy them in the same Active Directory or I must have 2 of them?
Our company has upgraded our email to Exchange 2010 without any major problems. However, a user has now encountered difficulty in saving multiple attachments. There was no problem saving one attachment but when saving multiple attachments of different file types (PDF, DOC, ZIP for example), a box usually pops up asking where to save the attachment.
This time though, nothing happened when “Save All Attachments” is clicked. I have not found a satisfactory solution and was hoping that you could provide it.
Thank so much if anyone can help us.
I am looking for any suggestions that can help me out. I am trying to import PSTs into Exchange 2010 (RTM or SP1) using Powershell (for SP1) but was unsuccessful and have run out of ideas. Any suggestions will be much appreciated!
I need help in giving full access permission to other users to my mailbox. We are using Exchange 2010 and my mailbox would not appear on their Outlook even after being given full access permission. Using Shell and Console did not help. Is there another way to do it? Thanks!
I am trying out Exchange 2010 VHD and running it on VirtualBox 4.x (in Ubuntu 11.04 64 bit). It was working well in the beginning but the computer asked me to reboot a few times. After rebooting several times, there is now a solid blue background after logging in. I pressed Ctrl-Alt-Del and was able to find the Task Manager as well as run applications through the Run dialogue box. I am able to run cmd.exe, services.msc, and Exchange shell but not iexplore.exe and explorer.exe. However, I can see the processes appearing in the list in Task Manager. I tried running in Safe Mode and installed Guest Additions without success. Please help me identify the problem.
Please help me with my problem.
Server 2008 R2 uses different share functionality with Server 2008 machines the coach is using in his videos during set up of shares and files sharing permissions. The option for CONTRIBUTE permission level.
Why is the difference so?
Thank for your time.
Our company has changed our email server from MDaemon to Exchange. MDaemon did not have public folders and emails on Outlook would always be moved when dragged and dropped. In Exchange, emails that are dragged and dropped to public folders are copied. Can we change the default settings for drag and drop in Exchange to move instead of copy? Thank you.
I need a list of Exchange Event IDs’ because I’m planning to add them on our list for some alert notes. The problem is I don’t know where to get it. I haven’t tried using Microsoft because I think they don’t have one.
Please suggestions or give opinions.
Can any of the experts on here please inform me of what kind of tools I need to perform a stress test and benchmarking on my newly installed Exchange 2007? Also the basic steps to performing a stress test or a website that can help me on that? Thank you very much.